Product enquiry for 3664 OPTICAL POWER METER

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The Hioki 3664 is an optical power meter for measuring the optical power of a spatial light. It is ideal for testing the optical power of a laser light source and an LED light source of audio and video equipment such as Blue-Ray and DVD recorders, drives, and copiers. The optional optical sensors for the power meter are interchangeable and their sensitivity can be adjusted independently.

Basic specifications (Accuracy guaranteed for 3 years, Post-adjustment accuracy guaranteed for 3 years)

Measurement items Optical power (W, dBm)
Measurable wavelength Depends on optical sensor in use (option)
Measurable power Depends on optical sensor in use (option)
Accuracy ±0.7 % (±5 % in combination with the optional sensor)
Wavelength sensitivity compensation Can be set for every 1 nm, Automatic compensation for the sensor’s sensitivity
Display 19999 max. Display resolution: 0.01 dBm / 0.01 dB,
Measurement display unit: nW, μW, mW, dBm, dB
Analog output Depends on optical sensor in use (option)
(1 V approx. or 0.7 V approx. when the sensor calibration point input)
Functions Scaling, Relative measurement, Max. value/ Min. value/ Average-value display, Auto power save, Setting backup, Battery check
Interfaces USB 1.1 (Output measurement value and remote control)
Power supply LR6 (AA) alkaline batteries ×4, Continuous use : 60 hr (using with the 9742 optical sensor as correction input), or AC adapter 9445-02/-03, 1.6 VA max.
Dimensions and mass 85 mm (3.35 in) W × 160 mm (6.30 in) H × 35 mm (1.38 in) D, 270 g (9.5 oz) (without batteries)
Accessories AC adapter 9445-02 ×1, Output cord L9094 ×1, Driver software (CD-R) ×1, LR6 (AA) alkaline batteries ×4, USB cable ×1, Strap ×1, Instruction manual ×1

Key Features

• 4.5 digits and broad dynamic range with 0.01 dBm resolution

• Automatic correction of sensor sensitivity using measurement wavelength input

• Remote operation on a computer screen and data capture via a USB connection

• Analog output function

Application Notes